Christianity and Chinese Culture

— CHIN CM06 (3)

Surveys the history, development, and characteristics of Chinese culture, in comparison to the Christian faith (theology, anthropology, and world view). Explores the possibility of a dialogue between the two traditions. Building on an interplay of diachronical (historical) and synchronical (thematic) approaches, explores the relationship and integration of Christianity and Chinese Culture. Special emphasis is put on the application on apologetic evangelism, pastoral ministries, missiological considerations, and theological contextualization. (in Mandarin)
Course Code: CHIN CM06 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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